Space Station Array Modules

Lockheed employees checkout the first set of solar array modules for the International Space Station program which are ready to be shipped to Russia, Johnson Space Center, Texas, US, 20th May 1994. The modules of interconnected solar cells are prototypes of flight units to be delivered in September for incorporation into advanced solar arrays for use on Russia's Space Station Mir(Photo by Space Frontiers/Archive Photos/Getty Images)
Lockheed employees checkout the first set of solar array modules for the International Space Station program which are ready to be shipped to Russia, Johnson Space Center, Texas, US, 20th May 1994. The modules of interconnected solar cells are prototypes of flight units to be delivered in September for incorporation into advanced solar arrays for use on Russia's Space Station Mir(Photo by Space Frontiers/Archive Photos/Getty Images)
Space Station Array Modules
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Space Frontiers / Stringer
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Archive Photos
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May 20, 1994
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